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083Edit-ColorThe Herbalista Free Clinic operates through a partnership with MPower Now, a 501(c)3 organization.  All donations are tax-deductible.

Your support helps us continue the Herbalista mission of building community through herbalism.  Your donations fund the free clinics that serve hundreds each year as well as continue to build our web-based resources that have helped other communities create mobile clinics of their own.

Become a Monthly Sustainer! 

  • Entrance to Plant Rambles and other member events,
  • Access to the soon to be released Herbalista Toolkit!  (Launching Spring 2017)

Make an Individual Donation

  • To donate via Paypal please click here.
  • Personal Checks:

Made payable to MPower Now (Please write Herbalista on the memo line.)

c/o Lorna Mauney-Brodek, PO Box 17967, Atlanta, GA 30316


THANKS FOR YOUR SUPPORT

WE STAND WITH STANDING ROCK

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On November 14th, 2016 the Herb Bus traveled to North Dakota to provide medical and logistical support at the protest camps at Standing Rock.  The Standing Rock Sioux Tribe is courageously protecting both the water and their rights as a sovereign nation.  Lorna spent several days working in the herbal medic yurt, Kimmy and Darby helped out with both construction projects and in the kitchens, and we delivered lots of supplies and medicines. Thanks to everyone who contributed to those efforts.

 

If you still wish to send supplies or donations directly to the Standing Rock Medic and Healer Council, please utilize this current list of needs. or consider a cash donation directly to the Medic Healer Council.


THANKS FOR YOUR SUPPORT

FOOT AND HERBAL CARE in CALAIS!

Foot Care in CalaisThanks to everyone who donated towards my two trips to serve in the Calais Refugee Camp in France in the summer of 2016.  Along with other holistic practitioners, I provided foot care in this makeshift village of over 6,000 displaced persons (including unaccompanied minors.) These refugees are from all over– not only Syria, but from Afghanistan, Sudan, India, Eritrea, and Pakistan. Each night many try to hop lorries and trains to make the channel crossing into England. A few might be successful, but many will end up at our first aid station with rubber bullet contusions, sprains, and strains. It was difficult to see so many in such devastating circumstances and to appreciate the reality that the people we were seeing are almost the lucky ones, meaning they had made it this far and not died along the way. In the face of all this, I am glad that I have even this little service to offer. I am grateful that I can hold someone’s foot, soothe some of their pains, and offer a moment of tender care.  And I am grateful for all of you!  We couldn’t do this work without you!